Jamaica Gleaner
Published: Sunday | January 20, 2013
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Calabar's Francis, O'Hara shine
WORLD Junior representative Javon Francis and his Calabar High teammate Michael O'Hara sent strong messages to their rivals ahead of the March 12-16 GraceKennedy/ISSA Boys and Girls' Championships with impressive victories at yesterday's Central Hurdles and Relays meet at G.C. Foster College.

Roach saves best for Big Bash final
PERTH, Australia (CMC): West Indies speedster Kemar Roach saved his best for last, producing a superb spell to help propel Brisbane Heat to the capture of the Australian Big Bash title here yesterday.

The picks of the proceedings
The fourth Caribbean T20 tournament comes to an end today, and hopefully, it will be a climax to remember, to linger for a long, long time.

Two Jamaicans picked up in MLS Superdraft
There will be at least two more Jamaicans in the United States Major League Soccer (MLS) when the season kicks off on March 2.

Cavalier set to contest end of round final
Fans of the Red Stripe Premier League could not have asked for a better situation heading into this weekend's final set of second round games where six teams are competing for a place in the end of second round final.

Cardenas boots home three-timer
Former champion jockey Dick Cardenas highlighted yesterday's 10-race programme at Caymanas Park with three winners to move on the heels of early leader, newly crowned champion Dane Nelson.

Silva service as Man City win 2-0
LONDON (AP):Manchester City kept up their stubborn pursuit of Manchester United with a routine 2-0 win over Fulham yesterday with David Silva's double reducing the champions' deficit to four points in the Premier League title race.

No major surprises at Aussie Open
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP):Nearly a week into the Australian Open, the only major surprise is that there have been, well, not many surprises at all.

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